Jesus said, "Let the little children come to me, and do not hinder them, for the kingdom of heaven belongs to such as these."
All children are welcome to join us in our main services at 9 and 11am! We love it when we see families worship and learn together. Our children are the future leaders of the Church.
Andy and Amber Riggs are our nursery leaders and they love teaching our babies! They believe that no one is too young to start learning about Jesus and how much He loves them. Encourage Nursery is for ages 0 - Preschool and they can be dropped off before service starts.
Pastor Ashley Lutzelberger heads up our Energize Kids which meets Sundays at our 9 and 11am services after worship. We are always looking for volunteers who have a heart to help them unpack, memorize, and understand the Word of God. Energize Kids is for Kindergarten - 6th grade.
We have an exciting new group that will begin meeting on August 25th, 2023 at 6pm for everyone who has kids 6th grade and under! We have many young families at Gate Church, so we want to give them the opportunity to develop deeper relationships with each other and give the kids a chance to make godly friends. Families with young children and babies sometimes struggle with feeling alone or not knowing people who are in the same boat as them. Being connected with others who can encourage and pray for us is so important to deepening our walk with Christ. Talk to Pastor Georgia for more information.
Engage Youth meets the first Sundays of each month at our church at 6pm. Pastor Jesse heads it up and we always have a lot of fun while learning about the truth of the gospel. Engage Youth is for grades 7th - 12th.
The young adults at Gate Church is one of the most vibrant ministries of the church and we have a great group of guys and girls who support one another, build friendships, and grow deeper in their individual walk with Christ. This group meets the 2nd and 4th Fridays of each month.
Ron and Sheila Schierling head up our Prime Timers and they meet every Wednesday at 11:30a at the church. They bring a sack lunch and eat together. It's a great time of encouragement and catching up for our older folks. They discuss conflicts and events that people their age experience as well as how the sermon relates to their generation.
It's very important as men for us to support one another and to learn how to love our families like Christ loves the church. See the monthly calendar for the times and dates we meet.
As women, our focus revolves around relationship and we think it's very important for us to support one another, pray with each other, and show Christ to our families. See the monthly calendar for the times and dates we meet.